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These are good tips. Some studios do charge a flat rate monthly fee, but many of the renters are small independent contractors. They can have difficult during the summer months. We work a 50/50 split with them.

Tai Chi, Qigong, Reiki, Meditation, personal trainers, and Pilates are your safest bet for peaceful co-existance. All of these groups will have respect for your space and work well with Yoga studios.

Who wants a group that is going to tear the place up or make a mess? Be careful who you bring in and make sure you completely trust them.

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